Tag: Michelin Design Challenge
Movin’On Challenge Design is a call to designers, creatives and innovators to help our world make progress on one of its most important objectives—sustainable mobility. With sustainability being a key driver in the acceleration of mobility...
Michelin has announced the results of its annual design contest, which tasked participants to create mobility solutions for mega-cities in the year 2035. This year’s theme for the Michelin Challenge Design, titled “Inspiring Mobility,”...
Michelin has revealed the theme for the 2019 edition of its Challenge Design contest. The brief is to design an urban vehicle for a megacity based on an emotion of joy, trust, security or freedom.
Michelin today announced the results of the 18th global Michelin Challenge Design competition, “Michelin Concours d’Elegance 2050 - Future Classic”. The winner is Georgii Varodi from Russia.
Michelin has announced the winners of the global 2018 Michelin Challenge Design, “Mobility/Utility/Flexibility". The contest winner is Art Center student Josh Sandrock.
For the new edition of the Challenge Design contest, Michelin has chosen an original theme: participants are asked to create a 2025 car that will be a classic in 2050.
A selection of design boards and images of the finalist projects from this year's Michelin Challenge Design edition.
The 2018 edition of the Michelin Challenge Design contest tasks participants to create an innovative pickup targeting new customer groups. The deadline is June 1, 2017.
Michelin has announced the results of its 2017 Design Challenge with the theme "Le Mans 2030". Here's a look at the three winning projects.
The video of this year's APA panel, discussing "Design for the Win: Le Mans 2030", the theme of the 2017 Michelin Challenge Design.
Michelin has announced the theme of its annual design contest, that pays homage to the Le Mans 24 Hours by asking to create a racecar for the year 2030.
The complete gallery of finalists projects from the Michelin Challenge Design 2016.
Michelin has announced the 14 winners of the global 2016 Michelin Challenge Design, “Mobility for All – Designing for the Next Frontier.” The first three prizes were won by teams from India, Colombia and South Korea.
The deadline for submitting entries for the 2016 Michelin Challenge Design is Monday, June 1, 2015.
Michelin has published the video of the APA Designers Panel on the topic "Mobility For All", which is the underlying theme of the 2016 Michelin Challenge Design contest.
Michelin has announced the results of the annual sponsored design competition for the College for Creative Studies. The winning team members are South Korean Hey-Min Kim, Jeongyoo Kim and Namsuk Lee, who is also the individual winner.
Michelin has announced the theme for its 2016 Challenge Desig, which is "Mobility for All - Designing for the Next Frontier". Registration/Entry will begin October 1, 2014.
Michelin has announced the 15 winners of the global 2015 Michelin Challenge Design, “Drive Your Passion: Engaging Senses, Soul and Emotion.” The first place was won by Youngjai Jun and Gunyoung Yoon from South Korea.